What Time Is The Super Bowl 2011 Kickoff
February 5, 2011 by staff
What Time Is The Super Bowl 2011 Kickoff, The Dallas area has been set for the Super Bowl 2011, Sunday, with game time scheduled for launch time 6:25 Eastern live from the Cowboys in Texas Stadium. The Green Bay Packers vs. Steelers match oppose these two top teams against each other with the eyes of the world. Despite being in another time zone, traditionally the Super Bowl in 2011 playing time begins later in the day. Advertising spots are sure to be part of the attraction with one 32nd-place costs more than 3 million.
Some more notable announcements have appeared are several by Budweiser, Best Buy, Doritos and Sketchers. Big name celebrities will also be a part of Super Bowl ads in 2011 with reality star Kim Kardashian, pop singer Justin Bieber, Eminem, Roseanne, and even Ozzy Osborne. The game will feature a show of half-time special by the Black Eyed Peas. The other big game this Sunday, 6 February is Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl 2011, a lovely alternative to the Super Bowl. The seventh annual event includes two hours of a line of adorable puppies and rescue shelters across the country engage in a mock football game where the score affected dogs crossing the goal line with a chew toy.
The Puppy Bowl has grown considerably since the beginning of seven years, attracting about 1.1 million viewers last year.
More importantly, the event helps to raise awareness for homeless animals, and encourages people to adopt in shelters.
Debuting this year are the new puppy Cam – which captures the action of the puppy point of view – the Kiss Cam with viewer submitted videos with a disorder of the human animal, and the addition of cheerleaders chicken wander around backstage.
Fan-favorites like the water bowl cam, the airship with hamsters, and the Bissell Kitty Half-time will also return.
Puppy Bowl VII has 20 pups in the starting line up this year for excellence Puppy (MVP) Award.
According to Animal Planet, Puppy Bowl adopted more than 250 animals since 2004. Although most puppies this year have been adopted since the filming took place in October, Big Red, a shepherd mix, has not yet found a home.
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